two-tone abstract, fractured below, fragmented and dark above

Transition

These bi-color “Duets” show shapes alone–the most abstract photo art that I do. So, as a rule, I title them accordingly with a lone, abstract word–definite enough to capture their essence, but broad enough to allow room for the mind and imagination to wander around–hence, “Transition.”

Three weeks ago, I discovered a little patch of ugly that seemed to have potential, but in post-processing I couldn’t do anything with it and gave up, tossing it onto the discard pile.

But after discovering this form, I dug up some of these old cast-offs, and now we see its potential come to light.

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What the camera saw:
transition, as shot
This really is ugly. The old cracked mud isn’t so bad, but the rest is slimy, green, fibrous something-or-other.

What a bystander would see:
transition, bystander photoIt’s just to the left of the brick column, between it and the curb. (Yes, I poke around in some out-of-the-way places, looking for my next find.)

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